Omagh Bomb Research

Families Moving On have commissioned a distinctive piece of research which sets to explore the human cost of the Omagh bomb. Representatives from Nursing, Police, Clergy, Business and Voluntary sector have been appointed to oversee the research entitled "A Unique View of a Shared Experience". The research aims to explore the physical, social, emotional and psychological impact on the individuals who were in Omagh that day, whilst examining the learning from such an experience

We wish to acknowledge the views, opinions and attitudes of those who were involved. The research will increase understanding and awareness of the needs of victims 14 years on and the impact it has had on individual lives. The research will also bring together the victims groups in the local area. We will keep members of FMO up to date on the progress of the research. Hopefully, with the help with our members and other groups in the locality we can help develop a worthy piece of research.

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Families Moving On Cordially invites you to: The formal launch of: "A Unique View of A Shared Experience" Exploring the Human Cost of the Omagh Bomb 30th November, 2012, 11am - 1pm. @ Families Moving On offices Omagh

The Objectives of the Research are:
  • To recruit a wide range of research participants to share their experiences
  • To provide an understanding of the impact the Omagh Bomb has had on varying individuals
  • To investigate the individual journeys of those involved with the Omagh Bomb
  • To create awareness of these experiences
  • To undertake individual and group interviews
  • To obtain quantitative and qualitative data
  • To provide learning outcomes of the research
  • Provide or secure the provision of welfare rights advice and information and refer those in need of profession advice to the relevant agencies.
  • Provide or assist in providing training, seminars, lectures, discussions, exhibitions, outings and events
  • Procure to be written and printed, published, issued, distributed and circulated reports, or periodicals, books, pamphlets, leaflets and other documents or information
  • Build up a library and information bank
  • Recruit, train and employ volunteers with relevant skills, for the furtherance of the above aims
  • Promote and carry out or assist in promoting and carrying out research, surveys and investigations into the experience and needs of the beneficiaries in the area of benefit, provided the useful results are published.

The methodology involved will include;

  • Semi structured interviews
  • Focus groups
  • Sampling.
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